Egg Gravy

Written by Radha Arvindh

33 Comments

  1. swarna

    Ms Radha, I am an amateur cook. Most of the recipes in the web dont give exact quantity of salt and water. This is important for amateurs like me. Your recipe was perfect. It came out nicely. My colleagues dont believe that I cooked this gravy. Thanks to you. I will look out for your recipes – Swarna

  2. mvenk

    Hi ya,
    Tried this couple of times…turned out very well.
    Thanks for posting & presenting it in an excellent way…my vote goes here….
    Cheers,
    Meena.

  3. sapna

    Excellent reciepe Radha…….came out well …………evn though i used cashewnut instead of peanut and didnt use poppy seeds…….thanks for the post !!!

  4. anitababu

    hi Radha, I am staying in uae where the use of poppy seeds are banned. Cn I omit this item from the recipes. will it make a difference in taste.

  5. Suganswami

    Hi Radha,

    This is the way my Andhra friends prepare guth vangaya(the famous brinjal curry). Will definitely try. Looks tempting. Credit goes to the presentation and of course the preparation.

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Sugan..

      Thank's for ur credits.Yep,u r rite,I had learnt this recipe from one of my Andhra friend and thought of giving it a try with egg instead.And to my suprise the very first attempt was a success,my husband said it tasted very good.So thought of sharing it in spiceindia.Give it a go and get back with ur results…All the best!!!! 

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  6. Visitor

    Hi Radha,

    The Egg gravy recipe rocks!!!! I made it for the second time today..and its yummy…I liked the taste of the gravy so much that Im planning to make brinjal curry using the same ingredients 🙂

    Regards,
    SS

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi SS

      Thank's for ur compliments and happy to hear u had prepared it for the second time.yep,this gravy would taste good with brinjal's too..Give it a go!!!!I am sure u would like it.Btw May I know ur full name pls.. 

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  7. Abhi Muthu

    Radha,

    This is a nice recipe.thank you for posting this recipe. I was looking for some different egg recipe and saw yours. I will try today and let you know.

    1. Radha Arvindh

       Hi Abhi,

      Yep,this is slightly a different recipe,I am sure u would like it.Give it a go and get back with ur results.All the best for ur new venture!!!Awaiting for ur reply…

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  8. Madhu

    Akka,

    I tried egg curry. It came out really good. For a long time, I’ve been trying to make egg curry tasty n it finally did happen when I followed your recipe.

    1. Radha Arvindh

       Hi Madhu..

      When I get such compliments I really feel very good.Only through u people I get to know that my dish was good.My husband did like it too but then when u get such great comments from public u really feel lost.Such comments really tempts me to give a try to some non-veg dishes too,though I haven't tasted them in my life time.Lets c.Anyway thank's a lot for ur comments Madhu.

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi vijayalakshmi..

      Thank's for ur appreciation.Btw this name sounds very new…(i guess so)r u a recent visitor of this site?If so..then a warm welcome,too many wonderful recipes r being posted in this site so give it a go..If u aren't a new visitor then I am sorry..I might have noticed only today..Anyway's thanks once again.. 

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  9. kaviarun

    Hi Radha,
    Yes i have two daughters ,living in Houston,TX.Me and my husband like spicy foods.Now a days for kids i want reduce the spice.
    I have lots of friends in london.Now i got another friend.Am i correct?
    kavi.

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Kavi..

      Yep..cent percent rite.u can add me on to ur new friends list..Ya as far as when it comes to kids,got to reduce the spice..In my case, I totally cut of the spice for my son.He hates spicy foods and for him anything apart from white is considered to be spicy.So cannot help it.

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi deepu

      Thank's for ur great compliments and happy that u all enjoyed the taste..To be very frank I myslef don't know how it would taste with egg,I normally do this with brinjal for a change tried out with egg and my hubby said it tasted great with egg.I am a pure vegetarian sooooooo….that's the reason when too many non-veg posts comes up I don't respond normally..I do prepare chicken and egg but I never taste it..

      Anyway's ur appam is on it's way for tonights dinner..shall get back to u with the results..Too many people r coming out with many recipes so totally confused nt knowing what to prepare..thank's once again.. 

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  10. kaviarun

    Hi Radha,
    Finished dinner!!! Are u living in US or some other country? Atlast i got how to take pics.(ellam ungala mathri periyavanga kitta kathkittathu thaan).
    When i saw this recipe i wanted to try & did yesterday. Kaarama pannalai so, naalu perum nalla sapitachu.From morning i was trying to tell u but somehow forget ,sorry.Really we liked it.Next i want to try mint kurma.ok bye.
    kavi.

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Kavi

      I am in UK(London),roughly around 6-7hrs(depending upon which part of US u r in) ahead of u people .That's the reason I tend to respond the next day for the messages sent after 11p.m my time the earlier day.4 perum na??u have 2 kids is it?That's great!!!!Btw I too eat very very little spice but then normal public prefer spices rite that's the reason i add extra spice to the recipe..Ok then..too many things to start with..got to go..have a great day!!!!Btw naanga ellam periayavanga ellai pa..ellam katthu kutti thaan,neriya post parthu parthu eppo konjam decent pics edaku katthukiten..he heeeeee

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi kavi,

      Thank's for ur short and sweet comment.Guess what,I prepared Pav Bhaji today and just logged into to c the site and to my surprise I saw ur posting!!!!! but then I had already prepared and finished my dinner too ..so anyway's shall give a try later.Rasmalai is still pending,don't know when I would be trying that too..This pic was really good compared to all ur other posts and normally pics taken under plain white background adds on much value to the food.Have a great day!!!!!

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  11. Latha

    Hi Mrs Radha, Can I use dry coconut for this recipe, there are fresh coconuts available near my place, but its a hassle to open them. Thank you…

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Latha,

      Fresh coconut normally tastes good than the dry ones but if it's going to be a great hassle to open them up then u can very well proceed with the dry ones.Not much of a difference ,though!!!All the best and get back with ur results.Have a great day!!!!

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  12. Manoo

    hak hak, who cares abt wrk if there is an egg recipe here… Tried without Asafoetida powder. Turned out well. Thank you Radha Akka.

    btw the way the taste was good but the vazhaikai curry appearance was weird. Yet we must appreciate him for cooking. We are planning to send more recipes to authority, of course from spiceinda only. Gonna have feast. Yet I have to work on showing them the proper spices. Anyways have a good day.
    Manoo

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Manoo..

      Thanks for ur appreciation,btw enna part time job a???(Helping out the cooks!!!!).Anyways,can expect few more comments from ur end as days pass by ,I guess!!!!!So what's ur next venture in the upcoming list????Have fun and enjoy ur days!!!! 

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

  13. kaviarun

    Hi Radha,
    It looks yummy & your pics. are really good.
    In ingredients how to add 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 . if i type like that ,when i subtim it shows only 1. pls. help how add.
    kavi.

    1. Radha Arvindh

      Hi Kavi,

      Thank's.I am yet to check out ur post,i just happened to c.Regarding fractions,I too initially had problems and had asked Mullai mam.U just got to type in decimals..0.25 for 1/4,0.50 for1/2 and 0.75 for 3/4th.Try out!!!!!

      Cheers

      Radha Arvindh 

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